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Night of the Living Drag

MGM National Harbor 101 MGM National Ave., Oxon Hill

A horde of horror queens descend on D.C. from Drag Race. That's right, the lovely alumni Alyssa Edwards, Aquaria, Jaida Essence Hall, GottMik, Kandy Muse, Plastique, Rosé, and Kim Chi are returning to the living dead with host Violet Chachki. It'll be a scream, queen.


Fiesta de Halloween

Kitsuen 1362 H St. NE, Washington, DC

Taste, a queer women's takeover, invites you to join them—in costume!—for a hangout at Kitsuen, a cocktail bar with ramen and hookah.


The Rocky Horror Picture Show 45th Anniversary Spectacular Tour

Entertainment & Sports Arena 1100 Oak Dr. SE, Washington, DC

Let's do the time warp again! That's right all your cool cats and Rocky fans, the Picture Show is singing "Damn It, Janet" right here in D.C., hosted by the original ‘Brad Majors’ Barry Bostwick. He'll be screening the original film with a live cast too and, of course, audience participation is entirely requested. Come […]

$25 – $45


Signature Theatre 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington, VA

Living in Manhattan’s East Village, a group of artists and friends are confronted with gentrification, the end (and beginnings) of relationships while the AIDS epidemic ravages the country.

TC Superstar

Comet Ping Pong 5037 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC

Queer Trivia

The Dew Drop Inn 2801 8th St. NE, Washington, DC

You had us at nerdy and queer. Trivia happens on the second Wednesday of the month on the second floor. Play alone or come with a team (six people max) for five rounds of seven questions.


Flo DMV 2 Year Anniversary

Shaw Skatepark 1530 11th St. NW, Washington, DC

Calling all trans women, trans men, cis women, non-binary skaters, and queer skaters of all levels—Flo DMV invites you to a group skate to celebrate the group's second anniversary.


Glitter Glue

Come for the gay agenda, stay to bedazzle it. This queer craft night, on the first floor, is open to all (and all ages) and will have some basics supplies (paper, glue guns) to share, but BYOcrafting!


Crazy Aunt Helen’s Disco Funk Brunch w/ Phil Reese the DJ

Crazy Aunt Helen’s 713 8th St. SE, Washington, DC

Get groovy with your brunch plans. All the disco—and drag!—you could want with a side of comfort food. Every other Sunday let some queens and Phil Reese the DJ chase the scaries away at Barracks Row's new queer-owned restaurant Crazy Aunt Helen's. Reservations can be made at